People interviewed executive producer of Married at First Sight, Chris Coelen has explained how the entire selection process is done. The expert panel consisting of Dr. Pepper Schwartz, Greg Epstein, Dr. Logan Levkoff and Dr. Joseph Cilona visit bars, pubs and other joints in search of potential singles.
They go to various geographical areas to find a large pool of applicants. Each applicant is made to go through a complicated test that takes hours to take and after that the pairing process starts to find out three couples who are compatible.
With no new of promotion or marketing for Married at First Sight coming from FYI and their sister company A&E, viewers can be sure that the third season is not on its way to being cancelled. However, with the Australian version of the show being renewed for the second season, the creators might decide to give the social experiment another chance with Married at First Sight Season 3.
Coelen told People Magazine that Season 3 has already got in over 20,000 applicants and if the show was indeed being cancelled, would they have taken in applications? Fans don’t believe so.
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